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07-06-2012, 10:11 AM
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Getting Parise put on my blank 3rd after work tonight.
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Went to the Hockey Lodge last night to drop off my blank 3rd. They told me that getting the name and numbers heat pressed or stitched was the same price so I opted for stitched. Only catch is it takes a couple weeks longer, but as long as I have it for October, I'll be good.

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07-06-2012, 10:34 AM
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Went to the Hockey Lodge last night to drop off my blank 3rd. They told me that getting the name and numbers heat pressed or stitched was the same price so I opted for stitched. Only catch is it takes a couple weeks longer, but as long as I have it for October, I'll be good.
Ran into the same problem with my third. Used to be a Havlat jersey but my girlfriend took a seam ripper to it and got all the numbers/nameplate off. Got it re-stitched as a Granlund and it took a few weeks but it was well worth it for the stitching!

None of this heat-press crap!

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07-06-2012, 01:07 PM
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i was told by Heritage in Stillwater that it is $70, plus tax to stitch on name and number with a 1 week turn around time. might be more beneficial to work with them directly

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might get a green jersey with Weber on it


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07-06-2012, 01:25 PM
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i was told by Heritage in Stillwater that it is $70, plus tax to stitch on name and number with a 1 week turn around time. might be more beneficial to work with them directly
It was $70 with no tax to get a name and numbers on my blank 3rd from the Hockey Lodge yesterday. They told me if you get the stitched name and numbers they send it to Heritage to get that done but it just takes another couple weeks.

So basically, if you want it faster you should drive down to Stillwater and pay the tax. If you can wait and you want to save on tax, drop it off at the Hockey Lodge.

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07-06-2012, 01:32 PM
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Have a red Koivu, green Granlund (got it re-stitched from a Havlat that my girlfiend took care of with a seam-ripper, did it at the Nashville game where we gave up the lead with a shot from the boards at the end of the game), and a white Fernandez.

Think I'm going to get a green Suter and a white Parise
So no problems taking off the old nameplate and numbers?

I have a #14 Havlat.....lol.

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07-06-2012, 02:04 PM
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So no problems taking off the old nameplate and numbers?

I have a #14 Havlat.....lol.
I have a #14 Haulat jersey......figure THAT out!

That's what I get for buying jerseys online from china. Learned my lesson.

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07-06-2012, 02:40 PM
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Just have to be patient using the seam ripper. My havlat was a #14 as well.

Make sure it's a stitched jersey and the number and nameplate aren't heat pressed on.

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I have a #14 Haulat jersey......figure THAT out!

That's what I get for buying jerseys online from china. Learned my lesson.
lmao I've seen a few of those at the X before.

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07-06-2012, 03:21 PM
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Are jerseys a PITA to clean? I'm looking into buying one this summer (Granlund #64 baby). My main concerns are how and how often it needs to be cleaned. Seems too easy to just toss it in the washer and dryer with a regular load of clothes.

Sorry for the noob question.

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07-06-2012, 03:49 PM
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Are jerseys a PITA to clean? I'm looking into buying one this summer (Granlund #64 baby). My main concerns are how and how often it needs to be cleaned. Seems too easy to just toss it in the washer and dryer with a regular load of clothes.

Sorry for the noob question.
Get ketchup on any white jersey really and you are going to have issues. Been there, done that.

Otherwise, I don't think they are too different than regular clothes.

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Go with the green one at home and make a same sceme yersey for away expect switch green and the white/ish color around. Then come up with a new alternate with red on it somewhere.

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Are jerseys a PITA to clean? I'm looking into buying one this summer (Granlund #64 baby). My main concerns are how and how often it needs to be cleaned. Seems too easy to just toss it in the washer and dryer with a regular load of clothes.

Sorry for the noob question.
Hang dry if possible. Also I'd wash it in cold/cold.

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lmao I've seen a few of those at the X before.
I also have a Barker jersey......not sure what's most embarassing, Haulat or Barker

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It was $70 with no tax to get a name and numbers on my blank 3rd from the Hockey Lodge yesterday. They told me if you get the stitched name and numbers they send it to Heritage to get that done but it just takes another couple weeks.

So basically, if you want it faster you should drive down to Stillwater and pay the tax. If you can wait and you want to save on tax, drop it off at the Hockey Lodge.
well i'll be................

lol i can always wait a bit. besides, stillwater isn't as close as it used to be. lodge in burnsville here i come!

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Are jerseys a PITA to clean? I'm looking into buying one this summer (Granlund #64 baby). My main concerns are how and how often it needs to be cleaned. Seems too easy to just toss it in the washer and dryer with a regular load of clothes.

Sorry for the noob question.
they are really easy to clean. flip inside out (protect the logos), put in cold/cold wash, set to gentle and you're good. hang dry and call it a day.

i honestly rarely have to wash my jerseys. unless i am skating in them and sweating up a storm, wearing a tshirt under it is enough of a barrier to keep any funk off of it.

White jerseys and a little shout stick or spray helps with food stains, but may take repeated washings.

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07-06-2012, 06:46 PM
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I also have a Barker jersey......not sure what's most embarassing, Haulat or Barker
My Niece was given a Bouchard jersey for Christmas like 3 years ago... at the time I had 4th row season tickets behind our goal twice. I told her if she wore that sweater to a game, that would be the closest a Wild #96 sweater ever came to the net in the offensive zone!

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I don't like to buy Jersey's with a players name on them because of how players change teams. Although may get a Suter or Parise jersey since they will be here for a while.
Yeah, I'm the same way. Walz' would be the only one I'd consider. If you don't retire with us, you're dead to me. My Steelers' jersey is #75.

I do have a Green and a Red with no name/number. . . waiting for the road jersey to change before I buy one of those.

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I have a #14 Haulat jersey......figure THAT out!

That's what I get for buying jerseys online from china. Learned my lesson.
Good ol' replica Havlat jerseys.

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07-06-2012, 07:49 PM
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Just got the Suter jersey! My mother being the nice lady that she is, decided to buy me it for painting the house last week! That means the money i saved up will go towards a Brodin jersey now

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i was told by Heritage in Stillwater that it is $70, plus tax to stitch on name and number with a 1 week turn around time. might be more beneficial to work with them directly
So they can just stitch the already heat pressed stuff on I assume?

If so, I'm going to get all three re-done at some point I think, and whatever new jersey I get this year I'll just have them stitch it and send it to me at the Hockey Lodge I guess.

Cheers for checking that out.

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Hang dry if possible. Also I'd wash it in cold/cold.
Yes, wash in cold water only and air dry.

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So they can just stitch the already heat pressed stuff on I assume?

If so, I'm going to get all three re-done at some point I think, and whatever new jersey I get this year I'll just have them stitch it and send it to me at the Hockey Lodge I guess.

Cheers for checking that out.
yeah i would imagine they could, not like it is too difficult to stitch around logos and patches they already put on, lol/

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I am going to buy a green Parise Thursday night at camp.


then hoping Dumba makes the team next year and I can add a Dumba winter classic

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I found a jersey fail already...




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